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Patriots QB Tom Brady started his 200th game against the Broncos yesterday

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By Anthony Caruso III
Posted: November 3rd, 2014 at 1:18 PM EST

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady had his 200th start in the NFL yesterday when the Patriots faced off against the Denver Broncos. In Peyton Manning vs. Brady XVII, the Patriots won 43-21, as Brady is 11-5 against Manning.

Brady went 33 of 53 for 333 yards and four touchdowns. Manning went 34 of 57 for 438 yards with two touchdowns and two picks.

Tom Brady (Getty Images)

Tom Brady (Getty Images)

In 200 starts, Brady is 155-45 and a 77.5 win percentage. No other player has won more than 136 games in his 1st 200 starts.

The 155 wins are third most all-time. Peyton Manning, who has been with the Indianapolis Colts and the Denver Broncos in his career, had 173 wins with a 69.8 win percentage.

Brett Favre holds the all-time wins by a quarterback with a 186 with the Green Bay Packers, New York Jets, and the Minnesota Vikings. He had a 62.4 win percentage.

Brady’s 77.5 win percentage is the best all-time. Roger Staubach is second with a 74.6 win percentage after having 85 wins in his Dallas Cowboys career.

Joe Montana, who was Brady’s favorite player growing up, is third with a 71.3% win percentage with the San Francisco 49ers and the Kansas City Chiefs. He won 117 games in his career.


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